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Trump gets some of the dynamics wrong.Again, however, Trump's complaint was often voiced by the Obama administration. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas reminded Trump that Germany is neither a vassal of Russia nor of the United States.The real revolution, however, is in what Trump is doing with his foreign policy at home. Indeed, Trump has been remarkably successful: 51 percent of Republicans now believe the U.S. shouldn't defend NATO allies unless they increase defense spending. Even more astonishingly, Trump seems to have reversed Republican attitudes toward Russia and its dictator, Vladimir Putin. Trump's political genius continues to be that he recognizes that the base of the party is ripe for this ideological revolution, that while the old Reaganite formula may still be subscribed to by Republican elites in Washington and New York – it's not embraced out there in the grass roots.It seems even the most stalwart national security Republicans have accommodated themselves to the Trump revolution.
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